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Nakayama Miho no Tokimeki High School was a Disk System game in which you worked to obtain Japanese model Nakayama Miho’s phone number. There was mention of a fifth event, similar to the four previous tournaments, in the Famicom Grand Prix F1 Race prize letter, calling it “Event Idol Hotline.”

It’s known that after having obtained the phone number in Nakayama Miho no Tokimeki High School you could call it to speak with a recording or woman who was supposed to be Miho. But it’s also likely that upon having gotten the number, you could somehow submit it for a prize. This may be what the fifth event was all about: getting that phone number and then the prize. It’s likely that a fixed number of prizes were given out to the first so many gamers who sent in for it, just like with the others.

The prize was a VHS tape featuring Miho. We have no idea what’s on the tape, and our attempt to find out is a tragic story: We had the tape in our possession, popped it in to watch, and the VHS player ate it, destroying whatever was to be seen. We’ll find another one!

The Card

The card reads:

Nakayama Miho’s Tokimeki High School

Hello, my name is Miho Nakayama.

Thank you very much for participating in the Famicom event “Nakayama Miho’s Tokimeki High School.” And congratulations on winning a prize!

I send you an autographed videotape. Please be careful with it.
I will remember the drama (game) we starred together in forever as a precious memory, and I’m going to do my best in songs and dramas in the future. I’ll be happy if you also remembered this as a precious memory. And please watch over me from now on forever.

Well then, I’m looking forward to the day we’ll meet again.

from MiHo


The VHS videotape sleeve.

The videotape insert letting you know its a "Present From MIHO."

A special message from Miho.